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The Speedster

Stay Wild

“I built the car around the front end as a Speedster that kind of looked like an airplane. I reversed a 1931 Ford Model A chassis and put a Ford 221 V8 in it out of a 1962-1963 Ford Fairlane. I Z’ed the frame and dropped the rear. It drove so rad with the independent front end and the ridged rear suspension. It really was a rad blessing. It is street legal. Pretty much. I get a lot of grace, I’m sure, driving down the road.” 

—Brian Bent, jack-of-all-trades, artist, rebel, born and raised in Southern California

Photos by Paul Collins // paulncollins.com // @paulnemirahcollins